Glassline Paints

Glassline paints are harmonious with float, 90 COE and 96 COE glass.

This fact makes them user friendly for any type of glass you decide to decorate.

These paints do not contain lead and it is food safe, which makes it a perfect product for glass fusing projects.

Don’t consume food or drink when applying the paint.

Always shake up the bottle vigorously prior to utilizing the paint.

It can be cleaned and diluted with water.

These paints are employed to add color, design as well as texture to your art object.

Spray the paint to achieve delicate shadowing affects.

It can be fired on a single sheet of glass, or layered between pieces of glass.

For the best results, the manufacturer recommends that you tack fuse your piece of glass before taking the piece to a full fuse.

It can be fused to 1500 degrees Fahrenheit, but can also be fired lower or higher depending upon the outcomes you would like to attain.

This product could be thinned with water for airbrushing or spraying onto glass.

These 3.5 ounce squeeze bottles come in the following rainbow of colors:

  • Black
  • Bronze
  • Brown
  • Copper
  • Crimson
  • Dark Blue
  • Dark Green
  • Gold
  • Gray
  • Light Green
  • Orange
  • Pink
  • Purple
  • Red Orange
  • Turquoise
  • White
  • Yellow
  • You can use these paints directly out of the bottle, or purchase the special tips that they have to offer.

    The tips come in bold, medium and fine.

    The tips allow for greater freedom in your artwork, allowing you to draw lines and outline designs.

    They come with tip cleaners to help keep the tiny holes open.

    Place the tip on the end of the bottle to achieve several line widths.

    Check out the page on painted faces for a simple way to incorporate these paints into your fused glass work.

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